- Base System: Electric Motor Control (85-MT5)
- Computer (see Computer Requirements)
- See base system for power requirements.
Amatrol’s Electronic Counter Learning System (85-MT5E) adds to the Electric Motor Control Learning System (85-MT5) to teach electrical event counting in electrical motor control circuits. Electronic counters are used in a wide variety of applications, including production counting, reject counting, sorting, and flow timing. The electronic counter training system features a digital 3-digit electronic counter set within a heavy-duty, 11-gauge steel slide-in panel built to stand up to frequent use.
This industrial training system also features world-class curriculum that covers counter and timer operation, designing circuits, and troubleshooting. Learners can then directly apply this theoretical knowledge to practice hands-on skills, such as designing a timed one-shot motor control circuit, a timed repeat cycle motor control circuit, and a motor control circuit using the counter to tally operations. Learners can also practice troubleshooting a timed one-shot motor control circuit and a timed repeat cycle motor control circuit.